Overview

Clarksville Canine Sports Association was established in April of 2003. Since that time we have worked to expand our membership, bring our training up to competition levels as well as acquire the proper equipment conducive to national level competitions. At Clarksville Canine Sports Association (CCSA) our primary goal is simple, have fun with you, your family and your canine buddy. We try to maintain a family environment where you, your family and that canine buddy will thrive and grow together. We participate in local demonstrations and activities that will gain more exposure for our dogs and owners. In addition, we have club BBQ’s and other outings where our club and our canine buddies can participate. visit our Club news, Activities or Members pages to see more about our past and future activities. Also follow us on Facebook https://fb.me/ClarksvilleCanineSportsAssociation

August 2nd, 2019  in General No Comments »

Beginners Class

We’re about to begin a novice/beginners agility class! Please contact us if you are interested in being apart of this class. Will be Sundays, time TBD

November 8th, 2019  in Agility No Comments »

CanAm and UFli 2019

The droolin dragsters had an exciting October attending both the NAFA CanAm Classic in Indianapolis IN and UFli tournament of champions in St Louis MO!

We continue to improve as a team throughout the tournaments and were overall very happy with the outcome as a new team back being competitive! We had several title achievements by almost every dog on the team! Congrats to Ghost, Macy, Mack, and Maddi and their handlers!!

October 31st, 2019  in Flyball No Comments »

ONYX

Mack and Maddi both achieved their Onyx title earning over 20,000 points in North American Flyball Association! Congratulations to these dogs and all their hard work with their handler Gary!

July 28th, 2019  in Flyball No Comments »

U-Fli National Championships

October 30th, 2015 found the Droolin Dragsters in Gray Summit, MO running singles and getting ready for the U-Fli championships that Started the next day – Saturday the 31st.   The tournament was the first for Carol and Sally, and they jumped right in and help keep us going as Friday we were swamped with having six dogs running in singles. The team showed up early Saturday and Ran our first race in costume – it was Halloween.   That was a challenge.  The weekend was great.  We won our division and for the ninth year in a row came home division Champion.nationalshalloween

December 16th, 2015  in Flyball, General No Comments »